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Closing gap between rich and poor farmers: CRISPR gene editing targets disease, pests and climate

Julie Mollins | 
Gene editing technology could revolutionize the way scientists breed high-yielding drought, disease and pest resistant, quality plant seeds, greatly reducing ...
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Bangladesh releases high-yielding disease-resistant wheat variety to farmers

As wheat farmers in Bangladesh struggle to recover from a 2016 outbreak of a mysterious disease called “wheat blast,” the country’s National ...
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DuPont-Pioneer collaborating with non-profit to develop gene-edited, disease-resistant maize

Julie Mollins | 
Although controversial, genetically modified (GM) crops constitute one option for increasing yields and have not been proven to be dangerous ...

Nutritionist Julie Miller Jones: ‘We need to communicate risks of NOT using GMOs’

Matthew O'Leary | 
Leading nutritionist Julie Miller Jones aims to bust myths about biotechnology by educating the general population on the benefits she believes genetically engineered (GE) ...
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